Preview: Kobo Wireless eReader

With a faster processor, dictionary integration and Wi-Fi connectivity, the Kobo Wireless is a vast improvement on its predecessor, and yet again a wonderfully streamlined and user-friendly reading experience.


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The Good:nothing except a few very minor issues! I LOVE IT!!!!

The Bad:i do have to admit, the currently reading list is a tad anoying

Perfect ereader for people who either arnt billionares or people that want something to do the job, and well!

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The Good:Right size, easy page turns, almost inexpensive

The Bad:interface is still slow

Its a nice sized device, since year 2000 ebooks are simple and easy to use but were the domain of the IT nerd ( cough - no mirrors around here.

Simple SYNCING TO A MAIN COMPUTER is the normal way of transferring the 100's of books you may or may not have already - wifi is not necessary for most - but handy if you have patience.

Its job is to present books in an easy to manage fashion which it does very well.

No need for audio as its is a BOOK reader.. read a book - it's an easy concept - not audio - buy a mp3 player for that.
Nicer price but if it was below $150 then everyone would use them.

Wifi is a nice addition butr as commented on is tedious and i'd rather point,click, buy and download on my main computer.




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  • exclipt

    exclipt

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    "Perfect ereader for people who either arnt billionares or people that want something to do the job, and well!"

  • Hideous

    Hideous

    Rating9

    "Its a nice sized device, since year 2000 ebooks are simple and easy to use but were the domain of the IT nerd ( cough - no mirrors around here.

    Simple SYNCING TO A MAIN COMPUTER is t..."

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